Three USS George Washington Sailors Have Died In The Past Nine Days Cause Of Death

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According to the Navy, three sailors from the aircraft carrier USS George Washington have been found dead in less than a week and the deaths are being investigated by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service and local police. Last Friday, a sailor aboard the aircraft carrier was discovered unresponsive, while two other men were spotted off the base on April 9 and 10. The news has shocked several people and has become the subject of debate on social media. Netizens are discussing and sharing their respective theories and opinions about the mysterious deaths of the sailors.

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George Washington sailors have died

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However, the circumstances surrounding their suspected death are still under investigation, but the Navy told CBS News in a statement that there was no initial evidence linking the three deaths. On April 15, a sailor, whose name has not been released, died on board the ship. The sailor became unresponsive and received treatment on board before being taken to Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News, Virginia, where he died. On April 9 and 10, two other sailors assigned to the aircraft carrier were found dead at various off-site locations.

Retail Services Specialist 3rd Class Mikail Sharp and Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class Natasha Huffman are the two sailors, according to the Navy. The Navy is working with NCIS and local authorities to investigate the three incidents. The aircraft carrier USS George Washington is parked for refueling and a major overhaul at Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport News, Virginia since 2017. After the loss of three crew members, the Navy said chaplains, psychologists and counselors are available to support the rest of the crew on the USS George Washington. When the matter surfaced on the internet, people started discussing it on social media.

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A sailor from George Washington was found unresponsive aboard the ship, according to Naval Air Force Atlantic spokesman Michael Maus. The incident was reported on Friday. Maus said in an email that the seaman was treated by this onboard medical team before being transported to Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News, where the service member died. The incident is currently under investigation as investigators try to figure out the cause of the sailors’ mysterious deaths, which became a shocking topic on the internet. The command is reported to continue to work with the Naval Criminal Investigation Service. Our team will update the latest details on this topic in the article.

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